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Thread: old singer sewing machine

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    Senior Member sandy12010's Avatar
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    I am not sure how old this machine is. It was my mothers she had given it to me along time ago but I never really took it out to look at it. It needs cleaned which my hubby is doing. I am wondering if anyone could tell me if they can guess how old this is and where I can get a manual or something on it. the number on the plate on front of machine down on right side is G0342334 that is all I know. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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    do you have a sewing machine service in your area? they might be able to help

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    if yu google that number it will give you the information. You can also download a manuel on the internet.

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    I did google that number and it isnt coming up with anything thanks

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    http://www.singerco.com/pdf/SINGER_G_nos.pdf

    It is on this page and is on page 34 of the chart. It is a 1923 model. Hope this helps.

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    G- 3418351 3423350 15 5000 January 22 1914 St. Jean, Québec

    it is a #15 made in canada 1914

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    thank you and yes I greatly appreciate all your help. Now just have to find parts a couple are broken. I guess i should of gotten it out along time ago after it was given to me.
    but would really like to say
    THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR HELP

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    What a beautiful machine.

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    Make sure you use the number as it is printed on your machine. You have to have that zero in there. Good luck on finding parts.

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